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Oregon Department of Transportation Teams Up With Verizon Telematics

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) introduced “OReGO” the state’s new pay-by-the mile road usage program using Verizon Telematics, which is open to 5,000 vehicles statewide on a voluntary basis.

July 29, 2015

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) introduced “OReGO” the state’s new pay-by-the mile road usage program using Verizon Telematics, which is open to 5,000 vehicles statewide on a voluntary basis, reports Verizon.

Verizon Telematics was approved by ODOT to take part in its road usage charge program using its In-Drive Service.

Current In-Drive customers, who choose to participate, will be able to sign up as they already have the required hardware in their vehicles

Oregon is the first state to implement a road usage charge program, which may serve as a potential new transportation funding method.

After a thorough review of the pay-per-mile system, the Oregon Legislature will consider next steps, which may include adding drivers to the program or extending its reach.

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